Combined sol-gel aerosol decomposition synthesis of multicomponent metal oxide nanoparticles for EM standard

Anna Moisala, Mario Schmied, W. Grogger, Unto Tapper, David Brown, Esko Kauppinen

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    Abstract

    Multicomponent standard submicron particles for EM microanalysis have been produced via combined sol-gel and aerosol methods. The particles were found suitable for microanalysis standard materials and for the study of mass size effect. Particles with uniform composition containing silicon, titanium, iron and oxygen were produced at 800 ºC. Thermal treatment at higher temperatures resulted in formation of separate rutile and hematite phases and iron clusters. Cluster size of the separated phases can be altered via temperature control.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication6th International Aerosol Conference Abstracts
    PublisherChinese Association for Aerosol Research in Taiwan
    Pages653-654
    Volume2
    ISBN (Print)986-80544-2-7
    Publication statusPublished - 2002
    MoE publication typeNot Eligible
    Event6th International Aerosol Conference, IAC 2002 - Taipei, Taiwan, Province of China
    Duration: 8 Sep 200213 Sep 2002

    Conference

    Conference6th International Aerosol Conference, IAC 2002
    CountryTaiwan, Province of China
    CityTaipei
    Period8/09/0213/09/02

    Keywords

    • aerosols
    • sol-gel
    • multicomponent
    • nanoparticles
    • EM standard

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    Moisala, A., Schmied, M., Grogger, W., Tapper, U., Brown, D., & Kauppinen, E. (2002). Combined sol-gel aerosol decomposition synthesis of multicomponent metal oxide nanoparticles for EM standard. In 6th International Aerosol Conference Abstracts (Vol. 2, pp. 653-654). Chinese Association for Aerosol Research in Taiwan.